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To the seventh Interrogatory he saith that all the lading of the sayd shipp now
seized was receyved aboard att the sayd port of Malaga. And saith he
knoweth one Andrew Massa
and knoweth well Charles van damme interrate, and saith
he saw the sayd persons att Malaga and was often in their Companie
there and the sayd Massa or Marste was aboard the sayd shipp att Malaga
and the foresayd pipestaves were sent in the sayd shipp to them the sayd
[?Marstle] and van damme and were so consigned by Brandt and Snyeter
afore mentioned. And otherwise cannot depose.
To the eighth Interrogatorie This deponent saith he hath lived in Hamburgh
[?bac=helor] and maried man 27 yeares or therabouts, and hath had his wife and family there 12 yeares
or thereabouts. And saith Adrian Goldsmith interrate is by common
fame and repute an Hamburgher, but whether he hath his howse
and dwelling in Hamburgh or where he hath lived for theis ten
yeares last past this deponent for his part saith he knoweth not but hath heard that hee liveth in Antwerpe. And
saith that the foresayd pipestaves were all as he beleiveth for the
accompt of the sayd Adrian Goldsmith. And the merchants goods
nowe aboard the sayd shipp were and are for the Accompt of him the
sayd Adrian Goldsmith according to a bill of lading for the same
which is as he beleiveth in the Registry of this Court and hither sent by
the Captaine that made the seizure, whereto he referreth himself
and otherwise cannot depose.
To the ninth Interrogatory this deponent saith that there belong to the sayd shipp
the Leaping Hart 11. persons men and boyes, most of them Hamburghers
and all Easterlings one common mariner onely excepted
named Thomas, and saith he knoweth not what countryman the sayd
Thomas is, nor doth know that the sayd Thomas or any other of the
shipps Company did or doe belong to Holland or Zealand or
were or are subiects of the States of the united Provinces. And saith
the sayd shipps Company came all aboard the sayd shipp att Hamburgh.
and that there was not any one that went or came supra Cargo
or merchant in the sayd shipp. And otherwise he cannot depose.
To the tenth Interrogatorye this deponent saith that he this deponent hath
aboard the sayd shipp the quantity of five pipes of malaga wines
and about .40. barrells of Raisins, all for his owne Accompt, And
his shipps Company have likewise some small quantityes of wyne
to the value of about three pipes, and likewise some small quantityes
of Raisins but how much in certaine he knoweth not, and saith for
the sayd goods of ths deponent and shippes Company there was not nor
is any bill of lading, and knoweth not that there were any other
goods aboard att the tyme of seizure, for which therewas noe bill
of lading. And otherwise he cannot depose.
Johan [?Wranick] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Repeated in Court
before the Judges
The 18th day of November .1653. [CENTRE HEADING]
Captaine Isaak Phillip against the Leopard}
Examined upon the sayd allegation
Arnold Beake of Botolph Lane London merchant
aged 45 yeares or thereabouts a witnes sworne and
examined deposeth and saith as followeth. videlicet.